With the holiday season just around the corner, you’re probably in search of the perfect gift for your loved one. Whether that be a son, daughter, grandchild, sibling or close friend, your gift list may include someone with special learning needs. Finding the perfect gift may seem difficult because you want something that that is age-appropriate, safe, educational and fun.

You may even be asking yourself,
“How do I find a gift that includes all of these things?”

The answer is simple…

L3 Skills promotes lifelong learning through age-appropriate online activities that are not only fun, but allow individuals with moderate to severe cognitive disabilities to master educational concepts and life-building skills.

L3 Skills on tablet and phone

Cultivate a Sense of Accomplishment, Pride and Enjoyment

Provide your loved one with special learning needs an online adventure with over 100 games and activities that simulate real world context. Through engaging graphics and relevant content, L3 Skills captures the imagination and builds self-confidence. Single switch accessibility is also included as part of the 12-month subscription. Through the games, players will locate Lucy the dog, form sentences with SymbolSaurus, pack for camping trips, serve in a restaurant, shoot hoops to match words and much, much more.

By choosing L3 Skills for a gift, you’re providing an educational and entertainment experience with an impact that could last a lifetime. So, what are you waiting for? Order your subscription to L3 Skills today and give the gift of learning this holiday season.

L3 Skills

Order your subscription to L3 Skills today and give the gift of learning this holiday season.

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About the Author
Anne Johnson-Oliss has spent more than 20 years in the special education field as a teacher, supervisor, sales and marketing professional and business leader. In addition to teaching at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, Anne has authored five books and is an experienced presenter at national and international forums. She earned a Master of Education degree from Wright State and holds several certifications in education and business.